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You do not say what language settings you are using. At first glance it looks as if you are using fonts that do not support the actual Unicode characters. Are you using Asian or Complex Fonts? TOOLS > OPTIONS > LANGUAGE SETTINGS > LANGUAGES > DEFAULT SETTINGS.

If you are using Windows 10, what language settings does the system have? Anyway, that is where I would start... Peter

You do not say what language settings you are using. At first glance it looks as if you are using fonts that do not support the actual Unicode characters. Are you using Asian or Complex Fonts? TOOLS > OPTIONS > LANGUAGE SETTINGS > LANGUAGES > DEFAULT SETTINGS.

If you are using Windows 10, what language settings does the system have? Anyway, that is where I would start... Peter

If the character is � this means that the character is invalid. If it is a rectangular box, this means that the character is valid but the font being used does not support it. If you have sets of two or meaningless three letters this usually means that the system is not recognising Unicode characters.

You do not say what language settings you are using. At first glance it looks as if you are using fonts that do not support the actual Unicode characters. Are you using Asian or Complex Fonts? TOOLS > OPTIONS > LANGUAGE SETTINGS > LANGUAGES > DEFAULT SETTINGS.

If you are using Windows 10, what language settings does the system have? Anyway, that is where I would start... Peter

If the character is � this means that the character is invalid. If it is a rectangular box, this means that the character is valid but the font being used does not support it. If you have sets of two or meaningless three letters this usually means that the system is not recognising Unicode characters.

I assume that you are storing the document as a .odt or .ods file and not MS .doc(x) nor .xls(x). And you are directly exporting the file from LibreOffice as a .pdf and you are not cutting / pasting from one file to another. You should be able to open the .pdf file with LibreOffice DRAW to check whether it is not a .pdf creation problem.